clark17357, on 02 May 2010 - 10:21 AM, said:
I know envy is a mortal sin but, man, your garage with that lift makes me more aware than ever that I have a shoebox for a garage in comparison.
LOL It does make for a nice place to work. One of the best things is that it is about 70 feet behind my house. Sometimes a man just needs to escape out in his cave for a little I time...
Rag Top Day, on 02 May 2010 - 10:27 AM, said:
Wow, Great pictures! I can hardley wait for mine to get here from Shelby. I like how you did the ABS sensor mounting, looks very clean. That KR cover looks very nice also, I could not find the KR one so I went with the Ford Racing one. How muck Brake fluid did you go through to bleed the system?
From the looks of your garage Rag Top you will be good to go. The e-brake bracket is aluminum so its easy to drill the hole for the ABS clip. Forgot to mention the correct size hole is 15/64". It really only took about 1 1/2 liters to bled. I sucked out some from the reservoir with my wife's turkey baster then bled the lines until they were good and blue.
dbackg, on 02 May 2010 - 10:34 AM, said:
Nice job Slabo and nice detailed pics.
RE: KR diff cover. - Why did you opt for that specific cover?
as opposed to the FRPP M-4033-G2
Thank you for your insight.
Hey dbackg, It was less money and I just thought it was cool that Ford had put these on the KRs. Makes for a unique mod for less money and it should help with cooling and quiet the diff. Tob did a great job figuring out how Ford and SAI had done these.
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